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The Omani Foreign Ministry has stated that it will send a delegation to the Palestinian city of Ramallah to establish a new diplomatic mission.

Oman’s Foreign Ministry said in a Twitter post on Wednesday that it is planning to establish a new embassy in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

“As part of our continuous support to the brotherly Palestinian people, the Omani Sultanate has decided to open a new diplomatic mission at the embassy level. A delegation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will travel to Ramallah to initiate the opening of the embassy”, the post said.

استمرارا لنهج #السلطنة الداعم للشعب الفلسطيني الشقيق، قررت السلطنة فتح بعثة دبلوماسية جديدة لها لدى دولة #فلسطين على مستوى سفارة.وسيتوجه وفد من وزارة الخارجية الى رام الله لمباشرة إجراءات فتح السفارة.

— وزارة الخارجية (@MofaOman) June 26, 2019

The move comes amid a US-led economic workshop in Bahrain where a Middle East peace plan is expected to be unveiled.​ The so-called “deal of the century” is not expected to recognise an independent Palestinian state.



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